EMEA Associate Medical Director (Oncology) - United Kingdom
- We currently have an opportunity for an Associate Medical Affairs Director (EMEA) within our growing Oncology Therapy area.
- This is a new position which will have responsibility for ensuring the execution of the medical strategy, tactics are in place for related Oncology products.
- The incumbent will work closely with key stakeholders and EMEA colleagues to achieve business objectives for the related company portfolio
Technical Experience and Clinical Oncology knowledge
- Lead or facilitate EMEA regional input into Core Medical Plan (CMP) (including HEOR and Phase 3b/4 studies) for product/indication.
- Coordinate medical input into the CMP from the EMEA affiliates and create/deliver necessary product training (internally and externally).
- Provide support for agreeing a common approach to the assessment of ISR proposals.
- Understand product label and gaps to put into context with competition.
- Provide support in coordinating medical activities at medical and scientific conferences.
- Able to deliver benefit and risk assessments.
- Create and assess clinical study protocol outlines, able to present and defend in review process.
- Respond to identified data gaps and contribute to Life Cycle Management planning.
- Contribute to development and execution of a data dissemination plan, including, writing abstracts, contributing to manuscripts and/or other publications.
Business Acumen and Strategic Thinking
- Provide Oncology expertise and external medical and business knowledge to the development and review of the CMP.
- Act as the Core Medical Team (CMT) regional representative, jointly responsible for EMEA budget and timelines for CMT related activities.
- Partner with company Global Development for Life Cycle Management etc.
Legal/Ethics & Compliance Responsibilities
- Embark on training towards achieving Final Medical Signatory accreditation
- Act as Subject Matter Expert and Trusted Adviser to equip/ enable personnel in adherence to the company ’ Code of Ethics ' policies, procedures, SOPs and regulations, including the ABPI and EFPIA) Codes of Practice, particularly in dealings with Healthcare Professionals (HCPs), Healthcare Organisations (HCOs) and Patient Organisations (POs)
- Embed Compliance Culture across all Regions of the business ensuring Integrity in Action is actively applied Ensure Clinical & Medical Operations Function lead by example and challenge non-compliance.
- Contribute to effective engagement of cross-regional/functional collaboration; aligning key Medical Affairs projects globally
- Demonstrate and drive the company cultural values to achieving efficiencies
- Medically qualified, capable of registration with the General Medical Council (GMC).
- Demonstrable proven experience in Oncology in a Pharma environment.
- Expertise in medical sciences, clinical development and medical program design
- Leadership capability in aligning medical strategies with corporate goals, providing critical business shaping insights.
- A good understanding of the dynamics of a large corporate environment; comfortable with matrix reporting lines.
- Excellent communication skills, fully fluent in written and verbal business English.
- Strong interpersonal and networking skills.
- Demonstrable proven experience in clinical experience.
- Postgraduate qualification in OncologyTherapy Area.